Kentucky Warbler


(Geothlypis formosa - formerly Oporornis formosus)

Except when males are singing, Kentucky Warbler is a skulker preferring to remain well hidden amongst the cover of grass and ground debris. It is recognized by yellow underparts and its black face with yellow “spectacles.”

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